Cooper’s reciprocating compressors with midstream compression applications greatly improve overall production and natural gas gathering, making them the most reliable compressors on the market.
The midstream compression market refers to the processing, storage, marketing, and transportation of crude oil, natural gas, and liquified natural gas. Pipelines use natural gas compressors to transport natural gas between production facilities and points of consumption. Cooper’s compression technology provides higher operational flexibility to greatly increase machine operating range and solve the issue of pressure drop from the field wellhead.
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Boosting stations are installed at intervals along the pipeline to maintain the internal pressure required for a constant flow of gas. Cooper’s compression equipment is highly reliable, efficient and flexible, providing the most economical solution for pipelines.
Natural gas is frequently stored in underground caverns or depleted oil and gas fields to meet seasonal demands. A Cooper compressor has the flexibility to handle the widely varied pressures gas storage demands, providing the most efficient filling/emptying of the storage facility.